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Soccer Aid will be played behind closed doors this year in September

SOCCER Aid for Unicef has announced that the world’s biggest charity football match will take place this September at Old Trafford, the home of...

‘Holy Grail’ discovery to prevent disability in multiple sclerosis

A research programme spanning over a decade has discovered a 'Holy Grail' molecular target to protect nerves from damage in multiple sclerosis (MS). The paper,...

A new lifesaving vehicle launched in the middle of COVID-19

A new lifesaving 4x4 vehicle has been launched! Arrive Alive funds vital lifesaving vehicles and equipment for Community First Responder groups (CFR's) who attend life-threatening...

Meningitis Now provide accessibility & language support online

RECOGNISING that meningitis doesn’t discriminate and that there are real inequalities in access to vaccines and disease information in the UK, made the decision...

Specialist paediatric ventilators arrive at the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital

FIVE new specialist paediatric ventilators, funded by Rockinghorse, have arrived safely at the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital in Brighton and are ready to be...

Dogs Trust warns up to 40,000 dogs could be at risk of abandonment in the fallout of the coronavirus crisis

DOGS Trust is predicting tens of thousands of stray or abandoned dogs could need help as a result of the pandemic - and warns...

Seven-year-old boy with mystery illness has up to 100 seizures per day

SEVEN-year-old Joey Jenkins has a life-limiting condition so rare that doctors have not yet managed to diagnose it. He has severe epilepsy, can't walk,...

Neurological rehab services must resume or MS patients will deteriorate

HEALTHCARE professionals in England are warning that neurological rehabilitation services must be prioritised to restart, as people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) feel the...

Cambridge dementia researchers take to Zoom to share findings with public

DEMENTIA researchers from the University of Cambridge are inviting the public to join a free online event on Tuesday 4 August, to hear about...

The Felix Project and FareShare join forces to combat hunger and food waste in London

In a development that is a strategic fit for both charities, the plan will see London-based Felix Project become the largest last-mile food redistribution...

Over half of teachers fear rise in hunger among children returning to school in September

Magic Breakfast charity has today published a YouGov survey of teachers, highlighting the impact of hunger on children's learning during the coronavirus pandemic, particularly...

How do we tackle the climate crisis without harming workers in polluting industries?

The answer is a ‘just transition’, that transforms the economy in a way that’s fair to everyone. A ‘just transition’ means moving to a more...
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Million-pound conservation project to recreate habitat for “ocean superheroes” around UK coast

INTERNATIONAL conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London) along with partners Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) and British Marine are celebrating a win for wildlife...

Beirut blast threatens to disrupt food imports to Lebanon

FOLLOWING the massive explosion in at Beirut's port yesterday which has killed at least 100 people and injured some 4,000, Christian Aid - which...

Landmark £10m housing fund to tackle shortage of quality housing for people with learning disabilities

NATIONAL charity United Response will this year draw from a landmark £10m social investment fund to help tackle the acute shortage of good quality...
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